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Food Of The Scots: A Compendium Of Scottish Ethnology
- Hardback - John Donald
Food, like procreation, is one of the major concerns of the human race. The farther back in time we go the more the daily diet is related to the local environment. This text explores the nature of food in the past, including game & wild plants, cereals & dairy products, flesh & drink, whether home-brewed ale or wines from abroad.
Sound Bites: Eating On Tour With Franz Ferdinand
- Paperback - Fig Tree
In September 2005, the author began writing about what he ate while touring the world with the rock band Franz Ferdinand. Whether it's munching donuts with cops in Brooklyn, swallowing bull's balls with the band in Buenos Aires or queuing for a saveloy in South Shields, this work includes snapshots of life on the road.
The Burns Supper Companion
- Paperback - Birlinn
This insight into the traditions surrounding Burns Night includes a biography of Robert Burns, poems, songs and quotations, simple speeches and even a recipe for haggis. It is the essential guide for anyone intending to hold or attend a Burns Night of any size or ilk.
Honey: A Handbook For Home, Health & Happiness
- Hardback - Black & White
From the biblical land of milk & honey & the ancient food of the gods, the wonder of nature that is honey has been enjoyed by millions for thousands of years. This book will introduce you to the world of honey. You will be amazed by the myriad uses for honey & its long & illustrious history.
- Paperback - Harper
Gordon Ramsay became the world's most famous and infamous chef. This autobiography talks about his difficult childhood - his father's alcoholism and violence, his brother's heroin addiction, his failed first career as a footballer, his working relationship (and subsequent feud) with Marco Pierre White, and his kitchen life.
Gordon Ramsay's Fast Food: Recipes From The F Word
- Hardback - Quadrille
With his unique style, high voltage energy and passion for good food, Gordon Ramsay shows how to get a great meal on the table in less time than it would take to have a takeaway delivered.
Mackerel At Midnight: Growing Up Jewish On The Shetland Isles
- Paperback - Mercat
Ethel Hofman grew up in the only Jewish family on Shetland. This is the story of her family and childhood, and of the meeting of two diverse cultures in a unique landscape.
Tikka Look At Me Now: Charan Gill
- Paperback - Black & White
Charan Gill arrived in Glasgow from Punjab in India at the age of nine with little understanding of Western culture. He began as an apprentice turner at a shipyard on the Clyde. He went on to found and head a multimillion-pound empire as 'Europe's Curry King'. This is his story.
West Country Cheesemakers: From Cheddar To Mozzarella
- Hardback - Birlinn
Charting the development of cheese making in the West Country, from the 17th century Cheddar tradition to the diverse modern cheese industry, this book outlines the manufacturing process of each cheese, and investigates the differences between a hand-crafted cheese and an industrially manufactured one.
Gordon Ramsay Makes It Easy
- Paperback with DVD - Quadrille
In this book, Gordon Ramsay focuses on making his food accessible to a wider audience. It features 100 recipes which have all the hallmarks of his cooking - but the overall feel is more informal and the emphasis is on ease of preparation and simple techniques.